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2010 Grammy Award winning operatic baritone singer was honored at the Middle School Final Assembly.

Congratulations to the 2017 SCS Alumni Award recipient, Nathan Gunn ('85)! The Alumni Award is given to an alumna or alumnus of The Stanley Clark School whose personal and professional accomplishments have positively affected society. Nathan was honored at the Middle School Final Assembly on Thursday, June 1, 2017. Jim Tallman, Director of Alumni Relations, announced the award and Dr. Michelle Thompson '85, Alumni Council President, along with Melissa Grubb, Head of School, presented the award. We were honored to have Nathan join us in the singing of "America the Beautiful" to conclude the assembly.

Nathan graduated from The Stanley Clark School in 1985, and has made a reputation as one of the most exciting and in-demand baritone opera singers of the day. He has appeared in internationally renowned opera houses, Munich, London, Paris, Vienna, Madrid and others around the world. In 2011, he was featured as a guest star in the Mormon Tabernacle Choir's annual Christmas concert before an audience of 80,000 in Salt Lake City. In 2012, he was named Director of the American Repertoire Council at the Opera Company of Philadelphia. He is a distinguished concert performer and has appeared with the New York Philharmonic and the Boston, San Francisco, and Chicago Symphony Orchestras, to name just a few, and he has worked with many famous conductors.

He has ventured outside the opera world with appearances in performances of Camelot and Carousel with the New York Philharmonic and Show Boat at Carnegie Hall and the Lyric Opera of Chicago. His solo album, Just Before Sunrise, won a 2010 Grammy Award. In 2015 Nathan starred in the world premiere of a new opera, Cold Mountain, based on the award winning 1997 novel of the same name. For his performance in Cold Mountain he received a 2017 Grammy nomination for Best Opera Recording. He has won countless other awards for his singing. He is an alumnus of the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana where he is currently a professor of voice and General Director of the Lyric Theater at Illinois. Since 2014 Nathan has been an artist-in-residence in the music department at the University of Notre Dame for a few weeks each year.

During his days at the Stanley Clark School, Nathan sang in the Middle School Chorus for former SCS teacher, Marsha Belsaas, who encouraged him to pursue voice lessons in high school. Nathan acted in the school play here and also played basketball and football, breaking all the Stanley Clark football records for rushing and touchdowns. He received the Andre K. Guyton Most Valuable Athlete Award and finished his middle school years by earning the Paul J. Hoffman Outstanding Character Award at commencement.



Register now for Summer Camp 2017, open to children age 3 - 8th grade. Save 10% with coupon code, summer10, when you register for multiple camps.


Imagine the warm sun, long days and opportunity for your child to make memories at SCS with friends.
Register now for Summer Camp 2017!

Summer Camp at The Stanley Clark School is an opportunity for your child to create, learn and grow. Campers explore unique and exciting topics taught by our own qualified faculty or by specialized professionals from the community.

Early Childhood Reggio Summer Program: Age 3 – Kindergarten

  • Camps begin June 19 (both morning and full-day options available)
  • Experience an extension of our school year with engaging, hands-on summer programming

Summer Camp: 1st-8th Grade

  • One week, half-day camps begin June 19 (or sign up for two camps and stay a full day)
  • Choose from more than 25 topics in academics, arts, athletics and character

Pre-camp and post-camp care are available.

Save 10% Off Your Total
Register for multiple camps or weeks and save 10% off your total by using coupon code: summer10

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Go to www.stanleyclark.org/summerfun to register now or to learn about the different camps being offered.

With week-long camps starting all summer long, you're sure to find something that fits your family's summer plans. We look forward to seeing your child(ren) on campus this summer!

Join us on Earth Day, Saturday, April 22 from 9 a.m.- 12 p.m. for a Document Shredding Event with Integra Secure Document Shredding and Destruction Service.



Support The Stanley Clark School community while tapping into spring-cleaning and getting rid of unnecessary paper clutter and outdated documents!

Join us on Earth Day, Saturday, April 22, 9 a.m.-12 p.m. for a Document Shredding Event at The Stanley Clark School, 3123 Miami Street, South Bend. Please enter campus through the main entrance off of Donmoyer Ave.

It's only $10 to participate and you can witness the destruction of your documents or simply drop them off. Proceeds benefit The Stanley Clark School's Garden Project.

For the past 29 years, Integra Secure Document Shredding and Destruction Service has been destroying business, residential and government documents in a complete, value-added shredding, recycling and waste approach.

If you have questions, or anticipate a large volume of shredding (greater than 4 legal-size boxes), please contact the Advancement Office at 574.291.4200.

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Congratulations to seven SCS students announced as 2017 Scholastic Art Awards recipients.

Congratulations to all of the SCS students who submitted artwork for the 2017 Scholastic Art Awards! We are pleased to announce the following SCS students as award recipients:

Gold Key: Eva Powell and Wyatt Toothacker (will move on to National Adjudication in New York City)
Silver Key: Hattie Eisenhauer
Honorable Mention: Lily Adams, Lakin Hunter, Liesa Schwarz and Sam Villagra-Stanton (2 awards)

All winners will be honored at a Gallery Opening Reception and Awards Ceremony in February.

"The Scholastic Art Awards represent the most comprehensive national annual assessment of the creative spirit among American teens. Three core values have not changed since The Awards inception: freedom of expression, a blind adjudication process, and work criteria based on originality, technical proficiency, and emergence of personal voice. Students in seventh through twelfth grade submit digital images of their work, which is juried by more than 50 jurors solicited from the local arts and education community."

Learn more about the awards.




You're invited to attend an Open House at The Stanley Clark School on Sunday, January 29 from 1-3 p.m.


The Stanley Clark School is hosting an Open House on Sunday, January 29 from 1-3 p.m. to help families take the next step toward considering a Stanley Clark education for their child(ren). This is a wonderful opportunity to ask questions or explore campus in an informal setting. Interested community members are also welcome to attend and no RSVP is required.

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